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    PET-7019Z/S2 CR

    € 415,33
    € 357,18 Excl. tax Deliverytime: 2-3 weeks
    POE I/O Module/Modbus TCP/10AI/TC/6DO/DN-1822... Show more
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    Product description

    POE I/O Module/Modbus TCP/10AI/TC/6DO/DN-1822

     
    • Built-in Web Server
    • Web HMI
    • Support for both Modbus TCP and Modbus UDP Protocols
    • Communication Security
    • 2-port Ethernet Switch for Daisy-Chain Topology
    • Dual Watchdog
    • Wide Operating Temperature Range: -25 ~ +75°C
    • I/O Pair Connection
    • Built-in I/O
    • AI: 10 Channels with 240 Vrms Overvoltage Protection
    • DO: 6/3 Channels
    The “Z” version is another milestone in the development of the thermocouple series and is a testament to the excellence of ICP DAS products. The ET-7019Z/PET-7019Z/ET-7219Z/PET-7219Z is specifically designed for extremely accurate thermocouple measurement and features automatic coldjunction compensation for each channel to ensure temperature output consistency and stable temperature output in the field. Current input and voltage input are both supported. Another feature is that its ten input channels can be individually configured for different kinds of analog input. Open thermocouple detection and ESD/EFT/Surge protection mechanisms are also included. The six/five digital output channels can be set as alarm outputs with short-circuit protection and overload protection.

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    PET-7019Z/S2 CR
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    PET-7019Z/S2 CR
    PET-7019Z/S2 CR
    € 415,33
    € 357,18
    Excl. tax
    PET-7019Z/S2 CR
    PET-7019Z/S2 CR
    Deliverytime: 2-3 weeks
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